chronon


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chronon

(ˈkrəʊnɒn)
n
(Units) a unit of time equal to the time that a photon would take to traverse the diameter of an electron: about 10–24 seconds
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Explosions happen, dousing our primaries in life-altering chronon particles and kicking off the game's main story line.
Chronon is the vendor's latest ultra-low loss, high-speed laminate and prepreg material engineered to mitigate skew issues in high-speed designs that have differential pairs.
Independent testing has confirmed the capability of Chronon materials to reduce weave-induced skew.
Isola had on hand Chronon, a low-loss, high-speed laminate and prepreg material series said to mitigate skew issues in high-speed designs with differential pairs.
Isola Group has introduced Chronon, the company's latest ultra-low loss, high-speed laminate and prepreg materials engineered to mitigate skew issues in high-speed designs that have differential pairs.
Independent testing has confirmed the ability of Chronon materials to reduce weave-induced skew.
To approach a multi- directional flow of time, parting that fabric's web from the far as well as the near side, reflecting on time as a being-made chronon as well as a fait accompli, is to suffer with the outflowering flow of time, as well as to wonder at the vastness of what has become in time.
There are first the imitation of Minos' laws by the Lacedaimonians, the judgment that under these laws both Crete and Sparta are "made happy for all time" (panta chronon eudaimonei), and the reaffirmation of their divinity.
The evil Chronon has stolen the time machine and kidnapped your dad.
The time-line segment is partitioned into a finite number of smaller segments, each called a chronon [Ariav 1986; Clifford and Rao 1987; Jensen et al.
21) Having supposed that Zeno's arguments were directed against Pythagoreans according to whom time allegedly consists of indivisible quanta sometimes called chronons, French scholar Paul Tannery (P.
Third, by introducing the TP-algebra, we show how the PDM (probabilistic data model) can be modified to support temporal indeterminacy, even if there are several million elements in a set of possible chronons.